Studly Brad Pitt
and his steady, Gwyneth Paltrow
, caught the L.A. premiere of Living in Oblivion, the comedy standout at the Sundance Film Festival. The couple costar as husband and wife in Seven, a psycho thriller opening Sept. 15.
In London for the opening of Batman Forever, Chris O'Donnell (center) joined British Grand Prix ace Damon Hill and a bevy of Boy Wonders at Harrods.
Michael Jackson came ready for anything (but movie-watching, it seemed), joining entrepreneur Earvin Johnson at the opening of the Magic Johnson Theatres, an $11 million, 12-theater cinema complex in South Central L.A.
Apollo 13's Tom Hanks (left) and wife Rita Wilson, now counting down to the birth of their second child, due in December, played tourists at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris with fellow vacationers Steven Spielberg and wife Kate Capshaw.
Piano Man Billy Joel sang the praises of his girlfriend, artist Carolyn Beegan, at the opening of an exhibition of her paintings at the Renée Fotouhi Fine Art gallery in East Hampton, N.Y.
Irish eyes were smiling when Marlon Brando bonded with costar John Hurt on the set of Divine Rapture, a comedy now filming in County Cork. "I have never felt as at home," said Brando, who plays a priest. "I am seriously contemplating Irish citizenship."
Musician Ike Turner toasted his July 4 wedding to wife No. 3, singer-dancer Jeanette Bazzell, with a post-European honeymoon reception last week at L.A.'s Bokaos restaurant. Says Turner, divorced from Tina since 1976: "This marriage feels different from the rest. It feels like religion."